You're a nightcrawler?
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You're a nightcrawler?
You're talking about when they're docking after the crash, right? I was wondering the same thing. That track is still ringing in my head but I cannot locate it. Probably it's on the deluxe version...
Oh man, Koyaanisqatsi's so good. Just watched that a couple days ago.
I actually made I thread like this a couple years back: http://www.fanedit.org/forums/showthread.php?7019-Top-Ten-Movies
My ranking always fluctuates but what I wrote there is still fairly...
I noticed hints and nods to all the classical pieces from 2001 in Hans Zimmer's score.
Seeing it again (and in IMAX) is essential. Man, what a fantastic work of art.
The music is almost too amazing. I just want to listen to it all day but the soundtrack won't be released for another week and I cannot wait that long. It's killing me.
But I'm seeing the movie...
Yes there's an obvious motif in Nolan's films of dead wives. That doesn't mean he likes his women dead. No one ever complains about Spielberg's absent fathers. It's the same thing. Nolan has plenty...
I have seen this film and I can assure you all that it is incredible.
The best film this year and one of the finest I have ever seen.
Well I assume the easiest way to preserve this would either be to just capture the HD stream or broadcast. If there's a quality drop or something or if the slight watermark/crop is annoying you could...
Wow, it's been awhile since I posted here. Well, let me fix that. Here's the lowdown on some Oscar contenders I've seen recently:
Gone Girl: Pretty fantastic. I loved this from start to finish....
Saw about a minute of this show and it looked like garbage. Thought I'd let everyone know.
Ah man, I reserved a segment of this but forgot to do it. It was at 1:46:33. F that guy who took it. He did a good job too, I hate him.
Last time they used the crew of the original it sucked. Now half the crew is out (Ramis dead, Murray unwilling) and the other half is old and frankly not as good without them.
Ghostbusters is an...
Saw this last week and also loved it. Fincher continues to impress, it's one of his best. This will certainly make it into my top ten for the year. Go see it if you haven't.
Oh man, I've been looking for a site like this since forever. Will sign up for sure.
I'd say definitely yes. But what about Spielberg? It's not really Indy without him. If he's back (and he better be) we can probably assume a 2017/2018 release at the earliest based on his schedule.
You almost have it, but 12fps isn't enough. Silent films were typically shot at 16 or 18fps. But of course that makes it harder to manually subtract frames.
HOLY SHIT MY FAVORITE BAND (U2) JUST SURPRISED RELEASED THEIR NEW ALBUM FOR FREE.
Don't mind me just looking for where my head went.
I listened and thought it was great. And a fan editing podcast is a fantastic idea.
Technically that disc is out of print. I think that's what they meant.
I appreciate dark, gritty and contemplative films, even in the inherently unserious superhero genre. The Dark Knight trilogy is a perfect example. They were obviously trying to do the same with Man...
Yep, already read the article that that is sourced from. Very cool this comes out days after I've finished the series. The thing is though,
Tony dead or not, first of all I think Chase's answer is...